The Amazing Race 8 Leg 11
|Starting Line||Larry Arnold's Green Meadow Ranch|
|Finish Line||Joseph Davis State Environmental Park|
|Second Place||Bransen Family|
|Last Place||Weaver Family|
Billings Logan International Airport
- Billings, Montana
- Distance: 53.5 miles
Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
- Montréal, Canada
- Distance: 1673 miles
Centre CDP Capital Passageway
- Underground City, Montréal
- Distance: 9.11 miles
Teams needed to search for a clue box hidden somewhere in the expansive passageways of Montréal's underground city.
Macdonald Campus / Morgan Arboretum
- Distance: 19.7 miles/19.2 miles
- Slide It: At the McGill Arena on Macdonald Campus, teams would participate in the sport of curling. Each of the four team members had to slide a stone 120 feet across the ice so that each one landed within the "house" target area. Once four stones rested in the house, teams would get their next clue.
- Linz Family, Weaver Family
- Roll It: At the Morgan Arboretum, teams would participate in the sport of log rolling. Teams would have to use complex tools to roll four wooden logs along a 100 foot course made of smaller logs suspended above the ground. Once they guided all four logs to the end, teams would get their next clue.
- Bransen Family
- Distance from Macdonald Campus: 21.3 miles
- Distance from Morgan Arboretum: 20.8 miles
Teams had to find their next clue near the American Pavilion.
- Distance: 3.72 miles
Roadblock: Teams were told to search for "La Porte J", meaning the "J Door", where they would find a Roadblock clue. Who wants to fly from the air? The chosen team member would have to learn and perform a flying trapeze move known as the "Catch". If they could successfully pull off the move, teams would get their next clue.
- Beth Bransen, Alex Linz, Rolly Weaver
- Distance: 0.97 miles
Here, teams had to search through the 56 000 seats of the stadium to find one of three departure times for the next morning. Once teams took a departure time, they could not exchange it for another one.
- Distance: 7.11 miles
Teams would be taken by plane, following their given departure times, to a mystery destination.
Toronto City Centre Airport
- Distance: 323 miles
- Distance: 1.1 miles
Teams had to climb to the top of the tower and search from the observation deck for a flag that marked their next destination. The flag was located at a nearby harbour.
- Distance: 1.61 miles
This was the marked harbour, where teams would find their next clue.
Toronto Harbour / Bata Shoe Museum
- Distance: 1.35 miles/2.87 miles
- Ship: Teams would have to hop into a small sailboat and had to sail across the bay to Toronto Harbour, where they would find the Kajama boat. One team member would have to climb 100 feet to the top of the ship's mast to retrieve a nautical flag, which they could exchange for their next clue.
- Linz Family, Weaver Family
- Shoe: At the Bata Shoe Museum, teams would choose a pair of shoes. They had to search amongst 100 barefoot women walking around the museum for the one who would fit in the pair of shoes. Once teams had found a match, they would get their next clue.
- Bransen Family
Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours
- Distance from Toronto Harbour: 36.4 miles
- Distance from Bata Shoe Museum: 38.7 miles
Teams hopped onto a jet boat, which would take them to their next destination.
- Distance: 3.36 miles
Teams would be taken on a wild ride on the Niagara River to a gorge below the impressive Niagara Falls. There, teams would find their next clue attached to a buoy.
Joseph Davis State Environmental Park
- Lewiston, New York
- Distance: 6.49 miles
Roadblock: Upon disembarking from their boat at this park, teams found the final Roadblock of the race. Who paid attention on geography? The chosen team member would have to complete a gigantic jigsaw puzzle comprised of the 13 provinces and territories of Canada, the 50 states of the United States, and the other countries of Central America. Once the puzzle was complete, teams would run to the Finish Line.
- Wally Bransen, Nick Linz, Rebecca Weaver
- Prize: $1,000,000
After the race had concluded, the second- and third place teams competed against each other in The Amazing Final Challenge. One team member from each team had to run to a collection of 12 clue boxes, each containing a symbol that represented a location visited on the race. They had to place the symbol on the correct location on the jigsaw puzzle. The first team to place their 12 symbols correctly would win the GMC Yukon XL that was used during the race.
- Winner: Bransen Family
|Linz Family||2nd||A||2nd A||2nd||2nd||2nd||B||2nd||1st C||1st||1st||1st||Nick 5, Alex 4, Megan 2, Tommy 4|
|Bransen Family||1st||B||3rd B||3rd||3rd||3rd||A||1st||2nd D||2nd||2nd||2nd||Win||Wally 4, Beth 5, Lauren 4, Lindsay 2|
|Weaver Family||3rd||A||1st A||1st||1st||1st||C||3rd||3rd C||3rd||3rd||3rd||Lose||Linda 2, Rebecca 4, Rachel 2, Rolly 7|
- An A indicates that teams completed the Slide It Detour, while a B indicates that teams completed the Roll It Detour.
- A C indicates that teams completed the Ship Detour, while a D indicates that teams completed the Shoe Detour.
- A bold team member in the Roadblock count indicates the team member who completed this leg's first Roadblock.
- An underlined team member in the Roadblock count indicates the team member who completed this leg's second Roadblock.
|The Amazing Race 8|
|Legs||1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6 • 7 • 8 • 9 • 10 • 11|
|Countries||United States • Panama • Costa Rica • Canada|
|Teams||Aiello Family • Black Family • Bransen Family • Gaghan Family • Godlewski Family • Linz Family • Paolo Family • Rogers Family • Schroeder Family • Weaver Family|